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Re: scanning bios image in floppy diskette
You go to Gigabyte's web site. http://www.giga-byte.com/Products/Barebone/Default.aspx
Fill in number 1 & 2. Or No# 3.
Search for bios. Everything you need to know will be listed on that web site. If you post your Model # & or board No# with reversion no# . I can post the direct Gigabyte web site.
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Hello, You can disable that by changing the boot sequence of your computer. Turn on or restart your computer and watch for a message while your computer is restarting about a particular key, usually Del or F2, that you'll need to press to ...enter SETUP. Press this key as soon as you see the message. You will a screen where it says BIOS Setup. Use the arrow keys to navigate to it and look for the option that says Boot Sequence or Change Boot Sequence. Each computer differs so I can't tell you the exact appearance of your computer's Bios Setup. You can find the instructions on how to navigate in Bios by looking at the bottom part of the screen. Change the boot order from there. Make your main hard drive as number one and the floppy drive in the last. You can see the instructions on how to do that in the screen in BIOS setup.
After changing the order. Save and Exit. It will restart automatically and observe if you still see the issue.
I hope this helps!
Please let me know if you need more assistance. Carlo
The "floppy" disk-drive (3.5-inch diskette) on your computer is broken.
Press F1 to ignore the error, and to boot from your C: drive.
Or, press F2 to enter BIOS SETUP, and then navigate through those "setup" screens to tell the computer to "disable floppy seek", or change the setting from "3.5 1.44Mb drive" to "none".
Or, take the computer to a technician, and buy a replacement disk-drive, and get it installed.
If there is a diskette in the diskette drive remove it. It's a bad diskette. If no diskette in the drive the drive may be bad. Till you can replace it disable the diskette drive in BIOS. access bios by F2 at boot up and disable the Diskette drive (Floppy drive)
try to unplug the power chord from the tower, press and hold the power button for 10 seconds. now try to turn the system on. still if u have the keyboard error try to reset the keyboard . still if have the same error get into the bios and load the bios default. For the floppy diskette drive seek failure, u have to get into the bios to disable the floppy diskette drive.
Does the PC have a floppy drive? If it doesn't It appears that your BIOS (Basic PC setup) thinks that there is one! I think that pressing f2 on boot will bring you into the BIOS setup.
In there, see can you locate any reference to 3.5 inch floppy and amend it to the setting which suits the config of your PC.
Please take care as to what other settings you change in the BIOS
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